RSS Search Engine Optimization

  • Mobile App Campaigns  |  AdWords API  |  Google Developers August 17, 2019
    This guide describes how to create, configure, and monitor performance of the following mobile app campaign types: Universal app campaigns - for easily promoting your Android or iOS apps across Google's top properties including Search, Play, YouTube, and the Google Display Network. Mobile app engagement campaigns - for increasing user engagement with your mobile app.… […]
  • Content Marketing Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide August 17, 2019
    Do you know what this is?This, my friend, is one of the greatest examples of content marketing of all time.I bet that when you hear “content marketing,” you think about blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and viral YouTube videos.But content marketing has been around far longer than the Internet.Why?Because content marketing is all about storytelling, and humans have told… […]
  • 27 of the Best WordPress Plugins for Marketers August 17, 2019
    Did you know there are over 56,000 WordPress plugins available today? WordPress plugins allow you to enhance your website's functionality by adding features and capabilities that don't come standard with the system. From writing tools to SEO tips to analytics, WordPress plugins will help you arrive at any solution you're seeking, all while keeping your website… […]
  • Shake and Share: Zapya Makes File Transfer Across Devices Easier than Ever with a Peer-to-Peer App That Outpaces Bluetooth August 17, 2019
    TL; DR: Zapya is a cross-platform file sharing app that enables rapid file transfer without cables, wifi, or mobile data. The lightning-fast peer-to-peer solution outpaces Bluetooth, allowing users to rapidly transfer apps, music, videos, photos, and other content from one device to another. With a customer-centric focus on making connections as smooth as possible, Zapya… […]
  • How to Embed Video and Audio in WordPress August 17, 2019
    Back to: WordPress 101: ClassicThis video demonstrates how to embed video or audio files into WordPress posts and pages. The easiest way to embed video on your own site is to first upload your video to a video hosting service, such as YouTube or Once your video has been uploaded and converted successfully, it… […]
  • 5 Common Objections to SEO (& How to Respond) – Whiteboard&nbspFriday August 16, 2019
    How many of these have you heard over the years? Convincing clients and stakeholders that SEO is worth it is half the battle. From doubts about the value of its traffic to concerns over time and competition with other channels, it seems like there’s an argument against our jobs at every turn.  In today’s Whiteboard […]
  • Bidding  |  AdWords API  |  Google Developers August 16, 2019
    Google Ads gives you several ways to bid for your ads, depending on what matters most to you and your business. Key Term: A standard strategy is defined at the campaign level and can only be used with that campaign.Key Term: A portfolio strategy is defined at the account level and can be used with… […]
  • SEO Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide for 2019 August 16, 2019
    Guess how many blog posts people publish each day.Any ideas?Well, WordPress users alone publish over 2 million posts every day. That comes out to 24 blog posts every second.That means that users published around 216 blog posts while you were reading these five sentences.And that’s only counting WordPress users. If we were to count all… […]
  • The 22 Best WordPress Themes and Templates in 2019 August 16, 2019
    Envision your favorite website. Does it have a theme? Is the content organized in a way that makes sense? Does it match the overall aesthetic and look of the company's branding? Are there images and other visual features paired with the written content? All of these elements, which are common on successful websites, can easily… […]
  • Cut the Costs, Keep the Quality: VPSDime Delivers Affordable and Reliable Self-Managed Virtual Hosting Solutions for Developers August 16, 2019
    TL; DR: If you’re a tech-savvy developer looking for affordable VPS solutions for Linux and Windows, VPSDime is worth checking out. The budget-friendly provider leverages a self-managed support model, allowing customers to enjoy low prices on powerful virtual hosting packages. VPSDime is currently focused on transitioning to Virtuozzo / OpenVZ 7, underscoring its commitment to… […]

RSS All You Need To Know About Dublin

  • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum August 14, 2019
    Don’t just visit Ireland, understand it, with a visit to EPIC, the winner of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the World Travel Awards 2019. You won’t find leprechauns or pots of gold here, but you will discover that what it means to be Irish expands far beyond the borders of Ireland through the stories of […]
  • Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre August 9, 2019
    Dalkey Castle is situated in the picturesque, coastal, heritage town of Dalkey, half an hour south of Dublin. The visitor experience is enhanced by costumed actors who bring the history to colourful life. Try your strength on the Archer’s longbow and sit in the Barber Surgeon’s cart to hear his special offers. The Cook will […]
  • The National Wax Museum Plus August 9, 2019
    This newly located and reinvented museum is a fun and interactive experience for all ages. The attraction gives an overview of Irish history through the ages from the Bronze Age up to present day Ireland, and every important era in between. Those with a nervous disposition watch out for the terrifying Chambers of Horror where […]
  • Croke Park Stadium Tour and GAA Museum August 7, 2019
    Croke Park Stadium Tour – The Backstage Pass Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years. With a capacity of 82,300, this magnificent stadium is actually the third largest in Europe. Its size is only part of its greatness, however, as you’ll discover on this eye-opening, access-all-areas tour. […]
  • The 10 best running routes in Dublin August 6, 2019
    Dublin is a dynamic hybrid of a cosy cosmopolitan city and nature’s playground. One minute you could be in the centre of it all, and the next you could find yourself in a quiet country setting after a quick train ride. That’s why Dublin is a paradise for runners. It boasts a variety of fantastic […]
  • Glasnevin Cemetery Museum August 6, 2019
    Since 1832, more than one and a half million people have been interred in Glasnevin. Located just 2.5km from Dublin’s city centre, Glasnevin Cemetery covers 124 acres of glorious parkland with plenty to appreciate – perfect for those interested in exploring the legacies of Ireland’s heroes. A hauntingly gorgeous Victorian Garden cemetery each guide is […]
  • National Gallery of Ireland August 6, 2019
    The National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture. Every major European school of painting is extensively represented. It also houses a renowned collection of Irish paintings, the majority of which are on permanent display. The gallery was established […]
  • Dublin Castle August 6, 2019
    Dublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Black Pool – ‘Dubh Linn’ which was on the site of the present Castle garden. The Castle stands on the ridge on a strategic site at the junction of the River Liffey and its tributary the Poddle, where […]
  • 10 things only Dubliners will understand August 6, 2019
    Every city, no matter where it is in the world, has its little quirks and customs that make it “home” to its residents. Dublin is no exception. Regardless of which part of the city we’re from, all of us Dubliners seem to accept certain things as the status quo, even if they’re often left unspoken. […]
  • Gallery of Photography August 5, 2019
    Since its inception in 1978, the Gallery of Photography has become a well known venue for photography. The gallery moved to its new location, a purpose built space with fully fitted darkrooms and digital imaging facilities in Dublin City’s Meeting House Square in 1995. The gallery, which is non-profit making, is funded by the Arts […]

RSS All You Need To Know About Ukraine

  • The Most Beautiful Cathedrals in Ukraine August 3, 2019
    St. Sophia’s Cathedral, Kiev St. Sophia’s Cathedral is a symbol of Kiev and a precious gem of the Sophia of Kiev National Sanctuary. The majestic temple in Byzantine style was constructed in the 11th century. St. Sophia’s Cathedral is an incredibly beautiful museum and temple complex, which annually welcomes thousands of tourists. It consists of […]
  • Why I love flying Ukraine International Airlines, the world’s strangest carrier August 3, 2019
    Two burly men wearing high-visibility jackets approached each other across the airport apron as though they were about to embrace. But as one lifted his arms high and the other moved in for a good rummage, it became clear that a security guard was frisking a baggage handler. As I gazed from the window of […]
  • Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum August 3, 2019
    When I was in Ukraine, I had the opportunity to visit the Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum in Kiev… a museum dedicated to the events on April 26, 1986, and what has transpired since.  My plan when heading to Ukraine was to actually visit Pripyat/Chernobyl itself, but the tours were shut down indefinitely so I had […]
  • Impressions from Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine August 3, 2019
    Dnipropetrovsk.  Or is it Dnepropetrovsk? The locals spell it the latter.  But in light of recent events, I feel ever-so-compelled to spell it with an ‘i’ and not an ‘e’.  Having to give actual thought to something so seemingly petty really spotlights what has occurred in eastern Ukraine (okay, all of Ukraine) over the past few […]
  • Kiev… Four Years Later August 3, 2019
    (I will preface this by saying that if you’re offended that I am spelling Kyiv as “Kiev”, please pretend it is spelled the way you prefer throughout; I am spelling it the way travelers search for the name for the sake of this post alone.  On the other hand, don’t add “the” to the beginning […]
  • Craft Beer Guide to Kiev August 3, 2019
    (I will preface this by saying that if you’re offended that I am spelling Kyiv as “Kiev”, please pretend it is spelled the way you prefer throughout; I am spelling it the way most locals do and most travelers search for the name for the sake of this post alone.  On the other hand, don’t […]
  • Duga: The Russian Woodpecker inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone August 3, 2019
    The Soviets never did anything in an unostentatious manner.  Not even radars that were supposed to be kept a secret from the rest of the world.  Such is the case with “Duga” (meaning “arc” in English), commonly known as the Russian Woodpecker. I have long had a desire to travel to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. […]
  • Inside the Abandoned Red Cross Hospital in Dnipro August 3, 2019
    I knew very little about Dnipro (formerly known as Dnipropetrovsk) before heading there despite trying to actively seek information about the Ukrainian city.  One thing I did know, however, was that the city was littered with abandoned buildings (in Russia and some of the CIS countries, they refer to urban exploration and the interest in […]
  • A Travel Guide to Soviet Dnipro, Ukraine August 3, 2019
    Most travelers familiar with Eastern Europe are aware that the farther east you head in any of those countries, the more ‘Russified’ the place becomes.  This doesn’t necessarily stand true for Central Europe or the Balkans, two regions often classified as Eastern Europe (and it kind of bothers me), but rather for Ukraine, Belarus, the Baltics, […]
  • Thoughts and Photos from My Time in Chernobyl and Pripyat August 3, 2019
    My first trip to Ukraine was all the way back in 2011.  I say ‘all the way’ back because, unless you have been ignoring all major world news in recent years, you surely have heard about the revolution that took place in Ukraine and is still unraveling today.  Ukraine in 2011 is a very different […]